Kathryn is 5' 5" (1.65 m).
While doing some productions for the Williamstown festival, Kathryn performed in "Hedda Gabler", that went on to Broadway.
Kathryn was spotted by NBC Casting Vice President Steven O'Neill, during a production in Williamstown.
In 2000, before Kathryn and Ethan were married he had this to say about her: "I have seen Cherry Jones, I have seen Marian Seldes and I have seen Judith Ivey, and I would rather watch Kathryn Hahn onstage than any of them."
Kathryn met her husband on the campus of Chicago's Northwestern University while studying drama.
Even after her move to Los Angeles, California--Kathryn has returned to the stage in Boston at the Huntington Theatre.
During a filming break from Crossing Jordan (2002) Kathryn performed in the production of "Ten Unknowns" by Jon Robin Baitz.
Kathryn was performing in a play called Edmund, when her husband first saw her, ironically she was in her underwear.
Kathryn's husband, Ethan Sandler, assumes the role of her boyfriend Jeffery Brandau on Crossing Jordan.
Kathryn has performed on stage at the Ahmanson Theatre is located in Los Angeles, California.
When Kathryn is not busy with her family she enjoys painting and yoga.
Kathryn's Theatrical Credits:
"Chaucer in Rome"
"A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Kathryn and Ethan Sandler married on January 3, 2002--their son was born in November of 2006.
Kathryn Hahn's acting career started early when she was cast on the local syndicated television show for children, Hickory Hideout.
"The Last Mimzy" (2007)
"The Holiday" (2006)
"A Lot Like Love" (2005)
"Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!" (2004)
"Around the Bend" (2004)
"How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days" (2003)
(how she sees her part on "Crossing Jordan" as lucky)
Kathryn Hahn: To be worked into a show that was in production and on the schedule is an amazing stroke of luck.
(talking about getting cast for "Crossing Jordan")
Kathryn Hahn: NBC and Tim Kring took a huge leap of faith in casting me.
(describing her character of Lily Lebowski on "Crossing Jordan")
Kathryn Hahn: She's very soulful and, at the same time, has a lot to learn about life, so there's a vulnerability there.